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TKI EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEITBBX 6, fWl
TURKS LOSE 40,000 TROOPS
IN LATEST ROUT BY BULK
Disastrous Defeat in Battle Near Constanti
nople and Victors Still Pushing on to Capital--'
City a Huge Hospital for the Wounded.
PARIS, Nov. 6. The Bulifariarrs completely routed the Turks at
Cfcorlu and Sarai during the night, according to a despatch received to-day
ftwn Sofia, killing, wounding or capturing 4o,ooo. The despatch said
(be road to Constantinople is now open. This presumably meant, after
Tchatalja defenses are taken, which, military authorities said, they
beflared would not be difficult now.
OWHTAJfTrNOms. Not. 1 The
MMotl authorities of th city have
1MB lUlii to peeper to receive SS.OOO
Wrttd from Lvrts Biinu and Vis.
St k oftMellr stated that thee are
$S atMMoo to She 16.000 wounded men
ty In he crty. All hoapttal In-
Ub those of tha f areas n ootonlee
arm aided and moat of tha eohool
vanlvarsrty hulldtncs In frtnuihoul
been converted Into hoepVtals.
11m tnataHatlon, however, are ttn-
Bada, hlarrketa and linen are
aad oha Military arraaffonMoU
In ad squat.
ho Turkish Government appear at
to be able to control the local
a. Vigorous roeaauraa for tha
MM i at Ion of order have baan taken
ty the authorial ea. The patrol In tha
Spppoj have baan atrenrthened by tha
Rival of a large number of military
Mateo from the due of I am Id aad
ma about fifty mile from the capita!
fa Asia Minor. The are helping to
Map the people In onock.
MKPL IN TERROR ARE LEAV
ING THE CAPITAL.
aV meettnr of Kurd wa held yeeter-
mm at St Sophia at which varloua
on effecting the war were din-
It waa alao sueeaated that a
of volunteer ahould be formed.
the meeting the military governor
Of Constantinople summoned the leader
of the Kurda aad warned thorn that they
would be hold responsible If any of their
followers war la any way concerned to
starting trouble In (ho capital.
Farther troop have bean sent to guard
all the approaohe to Constantinople ao
a to prevent the Ingres of fugitives.
Notwithstanding these measure and
the arrival of the foreign war veaaela
the public la still unsettled and numerous
families continue to leave for abroad
wall many of those residing In the
suburbs are coming Into the Inner city.
The threat of the Turka to abandon
Constantinople entirely, whtoh was
mad by the Ottoman Foreign Minister
to an Ambassador yesterday, la believed
to have been Intended to otl . ulate the
action of the I'owere In the matter of
Intervention between the belllgerenta.
Ia 'the opinion of close observer the
military position of the Torkt doe not
warrant a belief In their ability to atop
tha Bulgarian advance toward the cap
ital If King Ferdinand of Bulgaria
really aspires to the conquest of the
The Turkish headruartere staff has
dolded to take up Its position Immedi
ately behind the town of Tchatalja and
to await there the orjming fight with
the Bulgarian troops.
TOm left wing and centre of the re
treating Turkish army are said to hare
their retirement In good order,
the troops forming the right wing
In a stats of panic and demoratlsa-
Thy achieved considerable ouc
tn the fighting, but finding th em
it food fled to the South,
the flkfht of the fugitive! will be atonn1
at Tchatalja to which place many train
load of bread have been deenatrhad
since Sunday. Should tha 'fleeing troop
oe anowea to reach the city of Conataa
turopis the consequence It I thought
would bo disastrous, as they might
spread the panic among the troopo who
have thus far remained steady.
The Turkish soldiers place much of
the blame for their non-success on the
as of searchlights by the Bulgarian.
who were thru epafloa to carry out
nrght attacks. The soldiers learned dur
ing the fighting to dread the rays of the
Five transports conveying Turkish
troop which were sent to Mldla last
week were unabl to land owing to the
rough sea. Tlfey returned here yester
day, and the men wore disembarked and
sent to the Tchatalja forti..
mil. OA RIA TO DRIVE
TURKS OUT OF EUROPE
SOFIA, Nov. . Diilgaria ha not giv
en a (Ingle thought to the re-establishment
of peace with Turkey, declared
President Daneff of the lower houae nf
the Bulgarian Parliament. Just back
from an Interview with Ciar Ferdinand,
at the front. Ferdinand mean to con
tinue fighting, aald rian.ff, tint" "a car-,
tain '! t la accomplished, when the
war will cease of Itself."
The statement was Interpreted aa
meaning that Ferdinand Is determined
to drive the Turka out of Europe.
TO THE SERVIANS.
BTCIXJP AJDI--, Serrla. Nor. t. Novo
Taroah, tha last Turkiih position In the
dletr.ot of Novlpaaar. has surrendered
to the Servian troopo without reelat
anoa Sis Turkish officers and Sis man
Ware taken prisoners aad ISO rifles wsrs
sanded over to the Servian.
The town of Perlepe, on the way to
Monaetlr, which aurrendared yeaterday
lo the Servians, offered a stubborn re
aistanc and both armies suffered
MENS & BOYS' CLOTHrNaHATS AFURKISHINGS
Only a few of the good qualities of our
Suits and Overcoats are apparent when
they are first worn.
Not until they have had long and severe
wear is their full value appreciated. Their
dependable materials and careful tailoring
assure lasting fit and style.
Fall Suits $18 to $50
Fall Overcoats $16 to $42
Astor Place &l Fourth Avenue'
i SUBWAY AT THE DOOR-OrsE BLOCK FROM BROADWAY
wy the Turkish staff that NEW
"Mr. Inveterate Smoker"
We are told by eminent Authorities that Cancer of the
Tongue as well as of other parts of the mouth verv
commonly arises from the excessive use
You can reduce to a minimum the possibility
of contracting these 'dreaded diseases by the
constant use of ODOL as a mouthwash.
Pleasant to use and delightfully refreshing.
It will also keep your teeth in a healthy condition.
i here is nothing "Just as Good" as "01)01'
Price SO Cent.
At Ail DruggUta and Department Stow.
BORGFELDT & CO.
CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO
feterltng iMtoer for tfje Clntoren
piece of the
Of Sterling Silver,
with the letter
running around it.
OT every child is born with the pro
verbial Silver Spoon" in its mouth.
But every child should have a
Silver Spoon as a Christening Gin.
And the sort of Silver Spoon that may
become a life-long souvenir of childish days.
In the Meriden Store will be found a
greater variety of artistic spoons for this pur
pose than in any other store in New York.
Variety as to design and variety as to
Not only spoons but every article of
silver that the child can by any possibility
Cups and Porringers, and Sets of Knife,
Spoon and Fork in handsome cases.
"Food-pushers" too and Cereal Sets in
cluding Bowl and Milk-Pitcher and Tray
as well as Rattles for the baby.
Some 'of these are in Sterling Silver
and some in Silver Plated Ware, but in
either case the design is artistic and. the
finish is exquisite.
The MERIDEN Co.
(INTERNATIONAL silver COMPANY, lUCCIiHOP)
49-51 W. 34th Street, Through to 68-70 W. 35th Street, N. v York.
R.H.Macy 4VCr. 'a Attractions - r i u.ir I -v i'rlci
W VA Herat! "Square 4mmW headway
,34th to 35th St
FURNISHINGS FDR THE HOME AT MACYS
at Vf(acy's1Sfywstm-theCity" prices
. hpsbsbm. ' assws mm t at i t ' II
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This Mahogany Suits for the dining-room, in the
Colonial style, consists of seven different pieces,
each sold as a separate unit. The Dining Chairs
and Arm Chairs may thus be bought in numbers
to suit the needs of the purchaser. The material
is the finest Mexican mahogany, distinguished for
its hardness and density and its ability to take
and keep an exquisitely rich finish. The pro
portions of this Suite are such as are suited to
the average New York apartment, where space
is a consideration.
The pieces have the rich dull finish character
istic of the Colonial period a finish that is not
only more handsome than a high, glossy polish,
but is easier to keep at its best.
n n i
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These fine Cabinets are made of
genuine Mexican mahogany, hand
rubbed to an exquisite finish. Have pat
ented doors so constructed that both
of them open and shut phtidltsTWutfsly
at a touch. Inside are nine easily re
movable shelves adapted to the regu
lar full size Music Roll for a Player-
Piano. The capacity is t5o rolls.
These Cabinets are typical Macy
values. We have Cabinets in various
finishes, in the style of varied period,
and In differing capacities and propor.
tion, to harmonlie with .any suite of
furniture and any design and finish
of Piano, at prices ranging from
$14.89 to $79.89.
The pieces are a 54-inch Buffet with a French
plate-class beveled mirror measuring 48x12 ins,
and one large and two small drawers. Price,
The Extension Dining Tabb has a round
44-inch top and pedestal base, and extends six
feet. Price. 2).67.
Thi China Closet, priced at i7.4), has grace
fully curved ulasb front and ends, and four
The Serving Table, at $16.24, has one long
drawer of convenient size, and a roomy bottom
Tht' Dining Chain have genuine leather slip
seats, and are priced at S'iAO each.
The Arm Chir r- nlso have genuine leather slip
seats to matcii tne Side Chairs, and cost $X.7
eadl. Fourth Hear.
ORIENTAL AND ANTIQUE COUCH AND
At Prices !4 to lA Lower Than Elsewhere
The Oriental Coudi Covers are in '.he full size, 58x110 inches, and are
copied of rare and costly silk Persian prayer Rugs that in the same size are
worth SlSo.oo to $250.00. The material Is a fine Trench moquette. We im
port these exquisite' Covers from Paris, and so far as we know there Is noth
ing Just like them elsewhere In New York.
The Antique Tapestry Table Covers are In a very rich brocaded weave,
In which the gold and silver is combined wi'h the silk with such skill that
the most beautiful effects of rare Renaissance and Medieval Tapestry are
closely imitated. The designs are in aJI-over verdure and wood eltects in
exquisitely soft and subdued, yet rich, pastel shades.
R. H. Maor 4k Caw" AlUaotlawo Are- fWv Law
In full size (58 In. x 110 in.) a:. I
in choice of two designs. Copied
from a famous Persian prayer Run
and (howl the "pH'ar of fire" mo'.ii,
together wlrli the lunging censer of
the Mosque and the standing lamp
whose flame Is never quenched. The
other, a copy of another beautiful
Silk Pug, shows the pillars of ;h l
Mosque. In both Is a panel with
a prayer In Arahic charac
ters. Ma'cv's price.
come In three sizes, 15 inches, 51
inches and 66 inches square. They
are careful and faithful copies of th I
antique Tapestries found In the cha
teaux of Trance to-div, which '.he
ownYi conilder prlcdsst. .some
are so heavilv brocaded that no back
ground Is sliown others ate CO tfftd
with delicate tracery of leaves a: d
flowers on soft gr.-ens and browns
niacv s pricrs arc fo.vw, oil OA
S7.49, $12.49 md .in to
Thinl rtonr. SroaSa .
A VASE LAMP FROM PARIS
F.ltevhere $ 0.00 and ufvardi.
Macy'i priee $43.89
Purl. ha. son wild of lat. over
then, stootflfl Tibia anl .-ttainlHnl
Lamp, made of beautiful vase
In Ort.ntul .hap. fl.M nr.ted with
STOt.'miue Chlnrfl. o Man..
Macy's Bureau, of Home Furt iihirgn and Irteiior Decoration
ON the Fourth Fluor it at the nerrice OJ MOM dttitOUt o Ottembtinf
Furnishings for rooms or hoinen in acrordanrr with the best principles
of Interior Arranurment . Question of detittlU. style, harmony
and consistenn dliCUSttd and estimates given. Maci's make no
charge for this service.
OF RARE BEAUTY FROM
Direct to Us from Our Headquarters in Constantinople
An Oriental Rug is not only a wonderful work
of art produced entirely by the handwork of
Eastern weavers it is a gift-edged investment,
too. Oriental Rugs are steadily increasing in
value, and the present disorganization of com
merce in Constantinople will probably shortly
run the prices up even more rapidly than was
being effected by natural causes,
We have too many fine Oriental Rugs at prcent.
They are accumulating too rapidly Of late, be
cause our resident buyer has standing instruc
tions never to allow any unusually good Rug to
escape him, and he is acting up to them.
Therefore, we are making a special offering
of magnificent Kirmanshahs and Gorovans, at
tl at ... "4 ) ii ...... .,. r..
uriica raiisiii ' 1 ' 1 ' w w ' v 1 ip -vi o sc(u.u c- iuuif
for Rims, some of which are priced cist, where at J
least 5,00 a square foot.
and Living Focm.
For Drawing Rcoms
Coloring! ire dark blue, TOtC, end soft crcim all dell-1
Its pastel shades. With characteristic lieiirs inter
sperseu in sou shades n tan, green, rce and iranoc'ai.y.
Sire range fun' 11', It. X BW ft. ti' I'
ll, x taw
ft., with i sufficient') wide rangi ' kwi in between to fii
( n vt.i ttu r .i norms! or sbnorn si pn t rth 1 1,
At About Half Macy's Former Prices
300 Hats That Were Marked
and $8.89, re- $3.96
doced to J
Jaunty new 'Fall shapes, includ
ing Tricornes, Oblong and Rolling
Sailors one of which is illustrated)
and large picturesque effects. The
hats are in Velvet. Plush, Velour
and others of this Season's favored
materials. Finely trimmed with
feather fancies, wings, ribbons, etc.
in all black, black and white, taupe,
navy and brown.
Mala n.r. Malraey. nth M.
WOMEN'S DRESSES, $24.74
Were $29.74 to $37.74
110 Dresvs taken from our regular stocks
Smart Street and Afternoon Gowns in satin, charmeuse. crepe
meteor eponge and other fashionable fabrics, trimmed with wool
embroideries, fine braids, shadow and Mechlin laces. Colorings
include taupe, wine, brown, blue and black.
In Ihc aswrlmrnt are:
Wool Eponge Drew
New "Coatee" Effect, $24.74
These are in a cutaway coat effect thi
unkf and skirt finished with tailored scal-
loied edes. Heavy wool embroidery and
shadow lace trim the blouse.
Wool Eponge Dresses of Empire style are
trimmed with lace and have satin vests.
of Charmeuse and Satin, $24.74
These arc- effective ko-vrw. many of which are
copied Irotti imported niodols. Venetian ami shadow
laces and hand enilroiUery trim 1110 waists, i oe
skirts are mainly in draped stylrs.
A Limited Number of
Chiffon Evening Dresses, $24.74
also .ire included in tile assortment. These are in
white and liKht shades of chift'un trimmed with
crystal garnitures, . tnbrotdery and line laces.
Krcund Mwr. Itraadwat.
Macy's Stocks of Winter Clothing and
Underwear for Men, Women and Children
Are Complete. Savings in Every Section.
A SALE OF CANNED GOODS
Selected and Dependeble Qualities Only
An unusual opportunity for thrift)' householders to
sture up the winter supply.
('ht)ice Tomatoes Feus leans Corn
Feaches Cherries Fineapple Asparagus
All at prices quite as favorable a though customers handed
together and bought in carload lots.
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Th's Season's Cann-.d B.3ns
Bold in design and
Used wlirre e'r(ir
durability is needed
Colorinf art- in rich dark blues, ri.-ds. and in ros-
Krei-n. f)f unusually lustrous surface, anu so-to-i' in
weave that (but for honesty) the) nvUt well be sold as
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Finest Grade Kirmanshah, Sarouk, Shirvan and Daghestan Pugs
Many genuine antiques, villi family heirlooms among I em Sofl
rues, blues, s-n-ens and cre.ms, vritlt silky, lust.ous surface.
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Average size, 2 ft
Flseuiliere f,4'M tc
Macy's special prices
$35.74 to $45.74
Average size. 4' j x 6M ft.
Hheuherr S70.00 to flOO.OO
Macy's special prices
$52.50 to $75.00
Averace six, 4) ft. x 6J ft.
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Macy's s ecial 1 rices
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